I have found my true love with photography in the details of nature. yes, I enjoyed producing commercial and family images – after all that’s how I paid my way through college – but I find the most joy when I get lost outside and look at the world in the smallest ways through my lens.
winter. berries. what I like most about these is just the stark contrast that they possess in the white of the winter. red is my favorite color for that reason – it stands out in its passion.
sure would like to know this trees story.
gradient of tree breeds. how can they just be so perfectly and beautifully segregated?
just recently I received my Rocky Mountain Audubon and on behalf of Arnold who knew this was a Magpie because of the Avett Brothers (😂) as well as the Audubon, I am learning more about birds. this guy is actually called a black-billed magpie and is quite large – 20″ from head to tip of tail. we found this magpie along the side of a parking lot, most likely trying to find roadkill or another baby bird to eat.
as much as I say I enjoy the west alone and exploring solitaire, I couldn’t do anything I do without this guy. and he doesn’t make a horrible looking subject either 💙